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The Florence Nightingale Foundation / Public Health England Nursing, Maternity and Early Years Directorate – The Nana Quawson Public Health Nurse Leadership Award Programme

Cherylynn Wray - Sunday, August 05, 2018 -

 

The Florence Nightingale Foundation has an enviable and well-deserved reputation across the UK for its bespoke leadership scholarship programmes. Our programmes are designed to build competence and confidence in our scholars that will enable them to contribute to policy and practice at local and national level thus improving patient care and health outcomes. The Florence Nightingale Foundation has an enviable and well-deserved reputation across the UK for its bespoke leadership scholarship programmes. Our programmes are designed to build competence and confidence in our scholars that will enable them to contribute to policy and practice at local and national level thus improving patient care and health outcomes.


Introduction

Who is it for? The Florence Nightingale Foundation / Public Health England, Nursing, Maternity and Early Years Directorate – The Nana Quawson Public Health Leadership Award Programme is for Public Health Nurses who have current part 3 (SCPHN) registration with the NMC working anywhere in England, who have the potential to lead innovation in public health nursing contributing to continuous improvement in outcomes for children, young people and families. The emphasis of the scholarship is about improving health and wellbeing outcomes for children, young people and families, with an evidence based project focusing on leadership, evidence and prevention whilst developing leadership and advocacy skills.

This scholarship is aimed at public health nurses with experience of working within health visiting and school nursing services at a senior level with a passion for making a difference – it is a real opportunity to develop your leadership role and to maximize your potential, whilst raising awareness of the impact public health nurses make in terms of prevention and improving the nation’s health.


How do you apply? Applications will open on 27th July 2018 and close 14th September 2018.

Application is by a simple online application form. Please see the link below.

Where will the programme be held? In central London.

Key dates 

Advert opens: 27 July 2018 

Advert closes: 14 September 2018 

Shortlist: mid-September 2018 

Interviews: During October / November 2018

Welcome day: 11 March 2019 

Emerging Leaders Residential module: 19 – 21 March 2019 

Emerging Leaders Mid programme -12 September 2019 

RADA Communication Skills for Emerging Leaders: 6 – 7 June or 10 – 11 June 2019 

Westminster Experience for Emerging Leaders - TBC 

Celebration day: TBC


What next? Apply here https://florence-nightingale-foundation.org.uk/scholarships/leadership-scholarship/

 

 

Any queries please contact Janet@florence-nightingale-foundation.org.uk


 

 

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